Each campaign submitted on FameBit is reviewed for approval by our Approval Team to make sure it meets guidelines for safety and quality before being available in our marketplace.

Here’s a list of the types of campaigns that are usually flagged or declined. Please make sure that your brand or product does not fall under one of these categories.


  1. Adult or explicit content.
  2. Cannabis related products or services.
  3. Alcohol or Tobacco related products.
  4. Promotion of Competing Platforms.
  5. Grow Your Social media following promotions.
  6. Promotion of your own social media channels as a creator.
  7. Political & Religion related products, services.
  8. Replica, fake, counterfeit or "dupe" products.
  9. You must be a representative of the brand or have permission from the brand to sell their products in order to post a campaign.
  10. Gambling, casino, fantasy play, or sportsbooks.
  11. Weapons or replica weapons.
  12. Cryptocurrency.
  13. Any services, products or apps that offer cash/cryptocurrency for using that service.
  14. Children demo-targeted products or services.
  15. Supplements for Testosterone and similar.
  16. Affiliate/Commission/No flat rate payment campaigns.
  17. Campaigns that violates FTC regulations or asks unethical work from a creator.


  1. Web services including marketing tools, investments, finances, etc.
  2. Supplements and other related drugs/pills.
  3. Kickstarter and IndieGoGo Campaigns.
  4. Products should be available for purchase or download at the time your campaign is posted to FameBit.
  5. Campaigns promoting social media pages, not companies or products.


If you are a brand based out of one of the following countries we unfortunately can not approve your account or campaign.

  • Cuba
  • Iran
  • Sudan
  • North Korea
  • Syria
  • China
  • Crimea

This list in not comprehensive and is constantly evolving. If you’ve posted a campaign and you feel that the decline was a mistake, or have any question please feel free to reach out support@famebit.com.

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